Daniel434 posted a comment · Feb 05, 2021
Not a word about the Uighar Holocaust? Not a word about anti-semitism at the hight point by the end of Trump's term? Not a word about Trump single handedly undermining the foundations of Democracy and fomenting an insurrection? Not a word about the Kurds? Was Joe But worth it? You bet. You continue to rationalize your Trump support and I find it mind boggling.
gerald a posted a comment · Feb 05, 2021
The negative Christian critiques of Pres. Trump tended to parallel those of anti-Trump non-Christian conservatives, in that they were remarkably and consistently vague and lacking in specifics or any clear explanation of what was supposed to be solved by his departure. I infer that his departure was not to achieve any clearly defined useful objectives. Rather his departure seems to have been an end in itself. It seems that he just made them uncomfortable, they couldn't stand him etc. Some of them also seem to have absorbed fake news from the main stream media. For example there was the Christianity Today "elite evangelical" writer who believed his (first) impeachment was proper. Literally no evidence was ever presented that he did what he what he was accused of - although the media reports (and lying by Schiff) created the impression there was.
Reinhold T posted a comment · Feb 02, 2021
Good questions for both Trump and Biden voters. The fact is any reasoned Christian vote is bound to be conflicted. The argument for Trump is of course his policies. The counterargument made by Elizabeth Neumann is that Trump's character flaws were so great so as to prioritize voting him out of office and then debate policy questions afterwards. Dr Brown mentioned Trump's irresponsible comments towards Gretchen Whitmer, which turned out to be only a preview to January 6. I would like to see Dr Brown take up the question as to whether January 6 was merely one negative among many positives or the event validating all the concerns expressed over the last 5 years.
skris88 posted a comment · Feb 02, 2021
It's rare to see a Trump voter admit Trump was imperfect, as is Biden. No human is perfect and we all have to carry our demons. Trump's misdemeanors are obvious, Biden's hidden. Is Trump stupid with the words he chooses to utter, or just evil? I would choose stupid. Cos he is childish, arrogant and self-serving before everything else. But the policies of Conservatives were upheld these past 4 years, even while unfortunately denying man-made climate-change (perhaps in some way enabling the end of the world "by fire"?) But the bigger danger is that Progressives do not understand the evils they are espousing by destroying authority ("defund Police") and the value of One Man One Woman For Life families. We can only pray to God for deliverance from evil!
victor posted a comment · Feb 02, 2021
As a Christian who opposes abortion, I've always wondered why the Church doesn't seem to talk as much against the sins of fornication and adultery as it does against abortion. They are all sins in God's eyes. Isn't it a fact that most abortions are committed by fornicators and adulterers? So in a way, abortion is the fruit, while fornication and adultery are the roots. The Church in some ways has turned a blind eye to the sins of fornication and adultery. Let the Church arise and equally condemn the sins of fornication and adultery as it rightly condemns the sin of abortion.
Swkh310 posted a comment · Feb 01, 2021
This Christian, who didn’t vote FOR Biden but rather voted AGAINST a deranged demagogue, understands that there is no such thing as a perfect candidate.
BibleFan13 posted a comment · Jan 31, 2021
Biden promotes policies that reduce abortion demand; Republicans oppose such policies. This may be one reason why the number of abortions in the USA dropped every year that Obama was President, and rose after Trump became President. It's proven fact that making birth control and sex education more accessible to women reduces abortion demand. Dr. Brown, even if you disagree, why not talk about what actually makes the number of abortions go down?
RAS posted a comment · Jan 31, 2021
Wheresoever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together.